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About Maximillian L.

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Brookline, MA
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About Maximillian
I've been playing music since I was 7 years old. The first record I remember playing on repeat and learning all the lyrics to was The Beatles' Rubber Soul. My musical tastes span many genres including rock, funk, R&B, jazz, folk, and many more. I love helping people discover new music, because hearing a great record for the first time can be a life changing experience. Although I first learned to play by ear, I took a strong interest in music theory in school, so I am able to teach in either style. I've been teaching lessons for 10 years now, and have watched my students grow into great players. I studied music at Ramapo College of New Jersey, worked as a touring musician and audio engineer in Nashville for 3 years, and now reside in Boston, where I play with many different musical groups. I also studied with legendary studio owner and au
dio engineer Lou Gonzalez, founder of QUAD Studios. His new studio, QUAD Lakeside in Raymond, Maine, is one that I helped build and use to record and produce bands from around the northeast.
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Sean H. March 18, 2019
· Ukulele · In home
Max was great. He is very skilled teacher and player. I look forward to working with him this year,
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Maximillian L.

Brookline, MA 02446
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$25 / 30-min

About Bryan H.

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Watertown, MA
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About Bryan
Please allow me to introduce myself! Whatever your age or background, I can show you things you've never seen, nor heard, nor thought of before. Now there's nothing new under the sun, but that doesn't mean that you've learned it yet! Let my years of teaching and performing help you achieve what you want with your music pursuits. Permit me the privilege of showing you the world of music!
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Kathryn December 27, 2015
· Trombone · In studio
My daughter loves taking trombone lessons with Bryan House!
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Spencer December 25, 2015
· Trombone · In studio
Bryan is fun and is very well qualified. He is a great trombone player and is patient.
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Aidan December 23, 2015
· Trombone · In home
A great instructor; his style is beneficial. He presents a variety of practice and preparation techniques to improve overall music ability and instrument playing; particularly, trombone. I got into one of the All-State bands for two consecutive years ever since I began his teachings. I was accepted for the Jazz and Pops band at my school as well.
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Bryan H.

Watertown, MA 02472
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$35 / 30-min

About Christopher B.

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Bellingham, MA

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About Christopher
Hello! My name is Chris B. and I'm excited for the opportunity to work with you! I have extensive teaching and performance experience throughout New England, and I'm excited to use my skills and experience to help you learn and achieve.

I've recently graduated with my Bachelor of Arts in Music from Rhode Island College, and am continuing pursuit of a Bachelor of Music in Music Education. I've studied Classical Percussion with Michael DeQuattro at Rhode Island College, as well as drum set with Michael Odabashian, drummer for Zander Bleck and Kicking Harold. I've performed solo and with many groups in New England and abroad, including, but not limited to: the New England Intercollegiate Band, the Rhode Island College Symphony Orchestra, the Rhode Island Wind Ensemble, and American Music Abroad's 2013 Liberty Tour of Europe.
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Christopher B.

Bellingham, MA 02019
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$30 / 30-min

About Gena S.

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Allston, MA
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About Gena
My name is Gena Su. I am a music educator who graduated from Boston University school of music. In these two years, I built my own teaching methods for the age of elementary and secondary, also learned the strong foundation of music theory/history.

I majored in music education/ flute performance in my undergraduate. I taught flute classes during my undergraduate study. Most of my 15 flute students continually engaged in all kinds of music making. Parents and students both love the way of learning the flute.

My teaching philosophy is a student-centered teaching model. In my class, I, as a facilitator, but authority, hope to build a bridge that is connecting both teacher's music world and students' music world! Now, Let's have fun!

We will learn basic breath technique, fingering, and easy songs through playing the music games, d
rawing, and singing. Students will learn fast and be happy at the same time!
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Stephen November 14, 2017
· Flute · In home
My daughter enjoyed Gena ' flut teaching very much during the past six monthes , Gena is very enthusiasm person , and teach both of flute and music skill knowledge,
we would keep Gena to teach our daughter flut and music knowledge for next six monthes, she is indeed great flut teaching.
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Kevin November 14, 2017
· Flute · In home
Gena is a very nice person with great patience. She is also good at explain things with vivid examples. My kid loves her, he said he would definitely take another class from her!
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Elly November 14, 2017
· Flute · In studio
Gena is a very good teacher with very a lot patience, I learned with her for 2 months, I didn't feel anything hard during play the flute. Great!
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Gena S.

Allston, MA 02134
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$34 / 30-min

About Mayshell M.

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Dorchester, MA
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About Mayshell
I am a flute player of 13 years and have been teaching for the past 5 years. I am a current student at Berklee College of Music and am in my second year.

As a performer, I've played with orchestras such as the Chicago Jazz Philharmonic, many club venues, events and weddings as well as recording sessions.

As a teacher, I have experience in many settings such as summer camps, elementary and middle schools, small groups as well as private lessons. I teach all ages with a focus on beginner-intermediate students. I like to give my students a strong musical foundation (breathing, technique, theory, reading music) to prepare them for whatever musical path they want to take. This foundation, along with the students personal goals determine how I tailor each individuals lessons.

I will help students reach their full potential and enjoy
immersing themselves in the music!
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Mayshell M.

Dorchester, MA 02125
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$35 / 30-min
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About Byron S.

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Quincy, MA

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About Byron
I started playing the clarinet when I was 9 years old. It was a silver clarinet. For my 12th birthday I received a Conn tenor sax. Went to a club with my dad and heard for the first time Boots Musulli, a Charlie Parker disciple and found a way to take lessons from him. I was 15 and couldn't drive so I had to take a bus an hour to each lesson in Milford, MA. Throughout high school and college I played in every big band available, usually lead alto. At New York University I had the good fortune to play with the great saxophonist Dave Liebman. In 1986 I studied jazz improv with Jerry Bergonzi in Boston.

In 1981 I created and directed the Vermont Law School Community Jazz Ensemble and in 1985 created Jazz Vermont, a band camp for adults, now renamed just, Jazz Camp. That program continues on into its 35th year. The Jazz Camp progr
am has allowed me to get people back into music as many of them stopped playing earlier in their life.

Love jazz, love bebop, Count Basie, Rob McConnell, Sammy Nestico arrangements.

and especially the jazz duets that Boots wrote out for us to play. I still have them.
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Byron S.

Quincy, MA 02169
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$55 / 30-min

About Alya I.

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Boston, MA

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About Alya
Hi there! I’m a classical and jazz piano teacher, accompaniator and composer. I like church music, I have perfect pitch and I play Rachmaninov. I do enjoy teaching little fingers to play their first music ever! I do also get along well with elderly students, I like history, philosophy and I do incorporate it into the learning process. What is your favorite composer or pianist? Let’s find it out together!
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Alya I.

Boston, MA 02118
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$35 / 30-min

About Zhiyi Z.

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Cambridge, MA
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About Zhiyi
I am a professional pianist in classical music.
When I was 11, I enrolled in Xinghai Conservatory of Music where is the only high musical undergraduate university in southern China.
After I turned to 15, I moved to Boise, Idaho, and started to take piano lesson with Dr. Del Parkinson, who is a Steinway Artist graduated from Juilliard School of Music.
In 2017, I was accepted to Longy School of School with half-scholarship offered. I am currently studying with pianist Spencer Myer.
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Zhiyi Z.

Cambridge, MA 02138
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$42 / 30-min

About Ritchy L.

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Weymouth, MA

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About Ritchy
I am a professional multi-instrumentalist part of a band that has toured on both coasts and performs regularly on the east coast. I also write journals, poems, lyrics and other creative writing on a regular basis for commission. I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Boston with a bachelors in Music focusing on Saxophone and Piano as my primary instruments.

The years I spent studying and immersing myself in the world of music theory helped me create a very passionate connection to music. Saxophone is the love of my life and has created so much joy over the years just from practice and performance. Knowing firsthand the fun and personal connection someone can make with music, this is what I focus on in any lesson I teach. Technique and scales are merely avenues to playing music that you connect with. While I do know all the cou
ntless fundamentals that lead to a strong musician, my goal with any lesson I teach is to never lose sight of the connection to the craft.

I would also go on to say that this principle doesn't merely stop at music. It extends into my creative writing and especially my cooking as well. I grew up surrounded by the sounds and smells of traditional Caribbean cuisine at home with my mom. She is my largest influence as a cook and as a creator. My mother taught me to be focused and purposeful in my habits at the stove and in life. She always said that Cooking that comes from the heart beats any recipe book and I believe her. Whether it be the simple ramen dish or five star cuisine, I always aim to teach how to cook stress-free and passionate. Even if you don't choose me as your teacher, I sincerely hope my words here can be carried into whatever you do. Thank you for stopping by and I hope we can create something special together. :)
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Ritchy L.

Weymouth, MA 02188
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$59 / 30-min

About Varun N.

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Allston, MA
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About Varun
Hey. I've been playing for over 15 years. I studied classical guitar, rock, and jazz. And have played many styles over the years. I graduated from Berklee College of Music. I have been teaching for many years, and many of my students are playing professionally. I believe that hands on knowledge of the instrument is essential. Learning and understanding music through your instrument first and then through music theory is important.
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Varun N.

Allston, MA 02134
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$25 / 30-min

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